Blonde Ambition

July 10, 2011 | 11:21 PM
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One of colorist Michael Boychuck’s favorite color designs is a high-lift, high-dimensional blonde, perfect for his high-profile clients like Paris Hilton, who frequents his Las Vegas salon, Color.
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"Large sections allow for a nice transition—big, bulky pieces. I then go through with fine slices for highlights.” —Michael Boychuck
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Hair color: Michael Boychuck Hair styling: Breeana Diullo, hair artisan and extension specialist at Color, Caesars Palace, Las Vegas Photography: Roberto Ligresti Make-up: David Maderich, Fashion styling: Margot B
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PRODUCTS AND TOOLS Color: INOA color, L’Oréal Professionnel Platinium Dryers: CHI hood dryer, CHI Rocket blower, CHI Pro Blowdryer Extensions: Gemstone by Hairdreams Shampoo/Conditioner: Oribe Spray: Kerastase Double Force hairspray Brushes: Ibiza Nail color: Essie Mascara: Lash Essential by Mirabella Primer: Your Name Cosmetics Concealer: Double Deception Concealer Dual Pan by Beauty Addicts
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